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Jim Sims Jim Sims is offline
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The first test is to see if it has continuity (passes current with a test light). If okay, then check if it is receiving current from the thermostat switch or compressor relay. If no continuity then attach a refrigeration harness to fittings on or near the compressor and check the low and high side pressures. If pressure is too low then the lack of refrigerant may be the problem. Jim
Old 10-17-2005, 09:29 PM
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